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Who will win the Russian Presidential Election, 2018?

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Who will win the Russian Presidential Election, 2018?

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#4. Alexei Navalny

Russian opposition figure and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny announced his intention to run for the presidency on 13 December 2016. In early 2017, he traveled to different cities across Russia to open campaign offices and meet with his supporters, despite his involvement in ongoing legal cases that may bar him from running. The American-style campaign by Navalny is unprecedented in modern Russia . The primary focus of Navalny's campaign is combating corruption within the current government under Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. He called for mass rallies to be held on March 26, 2017 to bring attention to a documentary he published against the government, after no response was made to the documentary, which over 100,000 people were said to have attended across the country.] The March 26 rally was the largest protest held in Russia since the protests in 2011. On his website, Navalny lists the main principles of his presidential program: combating government corruption, improving infrastructure and living standards in Russia, decentralizing power from Moscow, developing the economy instead of remaining in isolation from the West, and reforming the judicial system. His more specific economic proposals include instituting a minimum wage, lowering prices of apartments and reducing bureaucracy of home construction, making healthcare and education free, lowering taxes for many citizens, taxing the gains from privatization, decentralization of financial management and increase in local governance, increasing transparency in state-owned firms, implementing work visas for Central Asian migrants coming into the country for work, and increasing economic cooperation with western European states.

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Russian opposition figure and anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny announced his intention to run for the presidency on 13 December 2016. In early 2017, he traveled to different cities across Russia to open campaign offices and meet with his supporters, despite his involvement in ongoing legal cases that may bar him from running. The American-style campaign by Navalny is unprecedented in modern Russia . The primary focus of Navalny's campaign is combating corruption within the current government under Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. He called for mass rallies to be held on March 26, 2017 to bring attention to a documentary he published against the government, after no response was made to the documentary, which over 100,000 people were said to have attended across the country.] The March 26 rally was the largest protest held in Russia since the protests in 2011. On his website, Navalny lists the main principles of his presidential program: combating government corruption, improving infrastructure and living standards in Russia, decentralizing power from Moscow, developing the economy instead of remaining in isolation from the West, and reforming the judicial system. His more specific economic proposals include instituting a minimum wage, lowering prices of apartments and reducing bureaucracy of home construction, making healthcare and education free, lowering taxes for many citizens, taxing the gains from privatization, decentralization of financial management and increase in local governance, increasing transparency in state-owned firms, implementing work visas for Central Asian migrants coming into the country for work, and increasing economic cooperation with western European states.

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  • kalusayakkarage
    3 years ago
    comment profile image comment pointer Vladimir Putin – President, RUSSIA Date of Birth :- 07th October , 1952 Time of Birth :- 09.30 Hrs Place of Birth :- St. Petesburg, Russia Vladimir Putin is born with Swagruhi Venus in Libra Ascendant. The placement of such a strong Venus, that too in the Ascendant itself, creates a powerful Rajayoga, which happens to be one amongst the Panch-Mahapurusha Yogas and it is the Malavya Yoga! Exalted Mercury, the Lord of the 9th House of fortune, vision, values and philosophy is posited with the Sun (the Lord of the 11th House of gains) and Saturn (the Lord of the 4th House and 5th House – Yogakaraka) in the 12th House in his Natal Chart. The union of the Lords%2
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